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Ridgeview Dormitory

by Crane-Station for Frog Gravy

Author’s note: Frog Gravy is a depiction of daily life during incarceration in Kentucky, during the years 2008 and 2009, reconstructed from my notes. 975 more words

Frog Gravy

How Frog Gravy Got Its Name

by Crane-Station for Frog Gravy

“Boiling Frog” by Donkey Hotey on Flickr

Author’s note: Frog Gravy is a depiction of daily life during incarceration in Kentucky, during 2008 and 2009, in jails and in prison. 1,242 more words

Frog Gravy

Frog Gravy: The Hole, The Chair and The Holding Cell

by Crane-Station.

Author’s note: Frog Gravy is a depiction of daily life during incarceration in Kentucky, in jails and in prison, during 2008 and 2009, and is reconstructed from my notes. 1,598 more words

Frog Gravy

Sisters That Been There: New Women's Peer Mentorship Program Offers Innovative Alternative to Incarceration

At a forum on realignment towards the end of 2011, our very own Steeda McGruder blew away the audience as she described how the strength and encouragement she found from other women while incarcerated is what allowed her to transform her life, and break a cycle of incarceration. 776 more words

ACJP Original Media

Hell: Frog Gravy 71 [updated]

“I can’t get out. He won’t let me out…”

John Carpenter
In The Mouth of Madness
Bicycle Scene

“It’s probably an apocryphal story,” he said. “But he deserves it. 1,158 more words

Criminal Justice System

Penitentiary First Impressions: Frog Gravy 30 [with jail art]

Jail House Mouse by Crane-Station on flickr. Jail art, pencil

Author’s note: Frog Gravy is a nonfiction account of incarceration in Kentucky, first in jails and then in prison, during 2008 and 2009, and is reconstructed from my notes. 990 more words

FROG GRAVY

Insanity or Reality? Frog Gravy 27 [with jail art]

Author’s note: Frog Gravy is a nonfiction account of incarceration in Kentucky, first in jails and then in prison, in 2008 and 2009.

Frog Gravy contains graphic language. 1,508 more words

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